4Decimi by Martinelli Venezia

4Decimi by Martinelli Venezia

4Decimi by Martinelli Venezia

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In 4Decimi Martinelli Venezia makes us understand what the soul of the studio is and how design can be done regardless of the involvement of large companies with considerable capital.

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4Decimi – 2015 – Photo: Angelo Cirrincione

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This project is linked to my Sicilian origins. When I lived in Palermo to get to the Faculty of Architecture, I always used to walk along a small street with many artisan shops and I was often attracted by the artisan work. Once I graduated, I left for Milan and working for some studios I worked on many projects for companies. The problem with this approach is the loss of one’s identity, because when you work you always risk becoming amalgamated. At one point I felt the need to make a project that really belonged to me. Remembering the little street in Palermo, I went to this small shop where an 85-year-old artisan, a master of metal work, helped me develop this collection. One of the most beautiful things about the project was the possibility of being able to see how this person worked with full awareness of his tools, he could have built his objects with his eyes closed. During this experience I realised that I was interested in simply producing objects that I liked and being free from becoming conditioned.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”16977″ img_size=”full” css=”.vc_custom_1565613430343{margin-bottom: 0px !important;border-bottom-width: 0px !important;padding-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1569402720183{margin-top: 0px !important;border-top-width: 0px !important;padding-top: 0px !important;}”]

4Decimi – 2015 – Photo: Carolina Martinelli

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From our interview with Vittorio Venezia

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